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    Students in Business for Themselvesi
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    Mike O'Sullivan
    July 26, 2014 11:04 AM
    They're only high school students, but they are making accessories for shoes, fabricating backpacks and doing product photography - all through their own businesses. It's the result of a partnership between a non-profit organization that teaches entrepreneurship and their schools. VOA's Mike O'Sullivan and Deyane Moses met the budding entrepreneurs near Los Angeles.

    Students in Business for Themselves

    Published July 26, 2014

    They're only high school students, but they are making accessories for shoes, fabricating backpacks and doing product photography - all through their own businesses. It's the result of a partnership between a non-profit organization that teaches entrepreneurship and their schools. VOA's Mike O'Sullivan and Deyane Moses met the budding entrepreneurs near Los Angeles.


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    by: checkie Pointe from: U.S
    July 28, 2014 6:13 PM
    Very Inspiring. Especially to those who don't have much guide to start and contribute on business community. It Reminds to those who have talents and but don't have much to start.